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MS, California Institute of Technology
Diploma, US Army Intelligence Center
BS, University of California, Los Angeles
Noah Myung is the Director of the Center for Leadership Simulation and Gaming and an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
He is an experimental and behavioral economist with research interests in game theory, organizational economics, and financial economics. His current research deals with equilibrium selection in coordination games as well as information sharing between competitors. In addition, his Department of Defense research investigates on improving efficiencies in retention, compensation, and assignments. As a market design problem for retention, he has designed various ways of combining non-monetary incentives with monetary compensation in a reverse auction format that reduces cost for the DoD while improving social welfare.
He has taught various economics and finance courses with strong emphases on MBA, EMBA, and MPP curriculums.
After completing four years of Army ROTC during college, he was commissioned in the U.S. Army and served as a military intelligence officer and a psychological operations officer, then was honorably discharged. He also holds a graduate diploma from the US Army Intelligence Center.
Academically, he received his Ph.D and MS in economics from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and a BS from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he double majored in mathematics and economics with specialization in computing. He has previously held appointments at the Naval Postgraduate School and the University of California, Berkeley.